Jurnal IDENTIFIKASI FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI KESUKSESAN SISTEM INFORMASI RUMAH SAKIT (SIRS) Studi Kasus: RSUD Dr. Samratulangi Tondano)

Jurnal IDENTIFIKASI FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI KESUKSESAN SISTEM INFORMASI RUMAH SAKIT (SIRS) Studi Kasus: RSUD Dr. Samratulangi Tondano)

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Rumambi, Frendy Rocky
  

(2018)

IDENTIFICATION OF FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE HOSPITAL INFORMATION SYSTEM SUCCESS (SIRS) Case Study: Dr. Samratulangi Tondano).

    S2 thesis, UAJY.
  

  

Abstract

Hospital Information Systems (SIRS) are integrated information systems
ready to handle the entire hospital management process, starting from the service
diagnostics, patient actions, medical records, pharmacy, pharmacy warehouse, billing,
personnel database, salary, accounting to management control. Constitution
Indonesia No. 44 article 52 paragraph 1 of 2009 states “Hospital in
Indonesia is required to record and report on all activities
done at the hospital “. PERMENKES No. 1171 Year 2011, Article 1 paragraph 1,
stated “Every hospital is required to implement SIRS. Therefore
the Dr. Hospital Samratulangi Tondano Minahasa Regency, North Sulawesi
use SIRS as a process of supporting employee performance within
provide health services to the community. The problems discussed are
identify factors that influence the success of SIRS. The purpose of
this study is testing the success of SIRS based on eight indicators
success using the 2006 Human Organization Technology (HOT-Fit) model
in which contained the DeLone model and McLean Success 2003. Researchers
taking 150 respondents to SIRS users randomly, data collected and
analyzed using SPSS and AMOS software, from 20 hypotheses, three
aspects of “Technology”, “Human” and “Organization” are positive and provide
net profit, but there is one indicator on the technological aspects
shows that the quality of the system does not have a positive effect on satisfaction
user and organizational environment. In short, most SIRS users
only focus on registration and administrative functions rather than clinical functions.
Availability of IT units and IT personnel affects the use of SIRS.

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